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    Mirror Maze

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    "Dude. Duuuuuuuuuuude. Those colors are just...whoooooooa." Want to get to that point without the health and legal risks? Come to Magowan's Infinite Mirror Maze for an experience like no other! During this crazy attraction, you'll wind your way through a labyrinth of mirrors, set aglow by black lights. You'll completely lose track of where you are and where you're trying to go -- but that's the fun part! This psychedelic experience is completely mindblowing, so just let go and enjoy the ride. Or should we say trip?
    Mirror Maze

    Pier 39, San Francisco

    • Make your way through an intricate labyrinth of mirrors and try your best not to get lost!
    • See black lights, glowing mirrors, and crazy effects
    • Stay and trip out for as long as you want
    • Have the most psychedelic experience one can legally reach in San Francisco!
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    GoCar The Road Less Traveled (Fisherman's Wharf)

    Are you wondering how you are going to see everything this city has to offer in just one trip? Well, if there was ever a right way to do it, it is in a GoCar! A GoCar is a zippy, yellow, tiny two-seater that is fun and easy to drive. It is not only capable of GPS navigation, telling you when to turn, but will also tell you stories the whole way to make it a guided learning experience! Let GoCar guide you on a winding detour to the top of Twin Peaks, 922 feet above the City, where on a clear day you can see an epic panoramic view of San Francisco. You will then descend back down to Alamo Square to view the Painted Ladies, made famous by the popular TV show Full House, followed by an option to venture off to Coit Tower on Telegraph Hill. You will finish by working your way back down with your choice of the Downtown area or Presidio and Lombard Street.
    GoCar The Road Less Traveled (Fisherman's Wharf)

    431 Beach St, San Francisco

    • Turn heads as you take a tour of SF, checking out the road less traveled in a zippy, yellow GoCar
    • The GoCar is easy to drive and GPS-guided, but it doesn't just tell you where to turn it also tells you stories that bring the city to life
    • The suggested route is about four hours but it can also be customized so you see only the spots you have in mind
    • Fold up your map, put away the guidebook and let the GoCar show you what most visitors never see
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    De Young Un-Highlights Tour

    Ever heard of de Young? The de Young is part of the incredible Fine Art Museums of San Francisco. It's the most visited art museum west of the Mississippi. It has objects from around the globe, an observation tower to die for, and even the building itself is a work of art. In the words of Museum Hack, "This museum is f***ing awesome. So we hacked it." What does that mean?! Find out for yourself when you take the tour. You can expect a high-energy, group-oriented experience certain to keep you entertained while teach you all kinds of fun facts along the way.
    De Young Un-Highlights Tour

    50 Hagiwara Tea Garden Dr, San Francisco

    • Walk through the de Young with a smart, funny guide who will incite group participation, and share juicy gossip and backstory
    • Get an alternate experience from the ordinary museum tour
    • Take great photos along the way - be sure to bring your camera!
    • Keep yourself and your family or friends entertained in an educational way
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    Vampire Walking Tour

    Trying to really sink your teeth into San Francisco? The Vampire Tour of San Francisco ought to get your blood flowing. Led by Mina Harker herself (sort of), this mostly true tour of the city is rife with fun vampire lore and humor. You'll begin your walk on the supernatural side near the Grace Cathedral, spending 20 minutes looking into its history. Then you'll head to Nob Hill Cafe, learning about what sat on those very same grounds (or didn't). More foolery arises as you make your way to Huntington Park and the Pacific-Union Club. Next up, ghost stories at the Fairmont Hotel, widely considered one of San Francisco's paranormal hotspots and one of the world's most famous hotels. You'll take a peek inside of the famous Venetian Room, before hopping across the street to the Mark Hopkins Hotel, where you'll learn about the hotel's founder. Along the way, you'll learn historical and faux-historical facts that will leave you intrigued and questioning reality. This is the perfect tour for those with quirky senses of humor and fanciful imaginations.
    Vampire Walking Tour

    1100 California St, San Francisco

    • Discover the real and unreal history of San Francisco during a 90-minute walking tour
    • Get a whimsical and educational experience lead by a Mina Harker impersonator
    • Visit popular locations such as Grace Cathedral, Huntington Park, and the Fairmont Hotel
    • Enjoy a small tour-group size led by a professional guide
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